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battle with the tsa. in june, a screener at los angeles international airport held up stephanie lambert and her family for about 30 minutes because she tried to get peanut butter, jelly and applesauce onto the plane. lambert had to surrender the peanut butter, but got to keep everything else. she later filed a claim to get reimbursed, and sure enough, got a check for $3.99. while liquids and gels are not allowed in containers bigger than 3 ounces, the tsa said common-sense exceptions can be made. >> they should have made the agents sit next to the children on the cross-country flight. >>> police are tearing up a suburban driveway in an effort to finally put to rest one of the biggest crime mysteries in our history. >>> from a food truck to brick and mortar. a popular food concept puts down a popul[ male announcer ]ts down for the dreamers... and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow options from pnc. solutions to help businesses like yours accelerate receivables, manage payments, and help ensure access to credit. because we know how import
with a tornado warning and there is some active flash flood warnings los angeles and we're sitting here and looking at the radar and we don't see anything over the bay and some showers to the northwest of frederick county and to parts of northern sections of carol county. over to sentinel radar. i want you to see at least the last few hours, there have been a few showers blow on through and we get tighter there. for charles county, southern parts of prince georges county and to calvert county and to ann arundel county, there is a chance of showers, even a few thunderstorms this evening. the bigger picture will show you we have that activity back there and not like last evening. we're still in this unsettled pattern and we're still in this hot and muggy pattern. more specifics coming up in a minute, laura. >> we'll see you soon and thanks. remember, check e weather any time with the fox 5 weather app. find it on our website, too, on www.myfoxdc.com. >>> a man is being held on's half million bond accused of stabbing a man he thought was a woman. christian romero approached the victim earl
continue to burn. in los angeles, ed housely, fox news. >>> back at home, people lined the streets of anne arundel county to welcome home a navy seal. his helicopter crashed during a fire fight with surgees. today his body returned to his hometown of edgewater. a viewing held tomorrow, funeral services set for wednesday at the fort meyer memorial chapel. he will be buried at arlington national cemetery. >>> virginia is issuing more and more conceal carry gun permits to people who live in other states, and it may be because of online gun classes. the courses allow people to ask for permits from virginia, permits that are valid in their own states without having to meet tougher requirements. now the commonwealth issued more than 1600 con sealed carry permits to nonresidents in the first half of this year. that's more than the total for all of 2011. a d.c. board said drivers can't install smartmeters until a contracting issue is recovered. the contract appeals board said the district didn't prove the installations were necessary before the dispute could be cleared up. vera phone won the contr
in los angeles. >> that's funny. >>> you don't usually think of bulldogs of being particularly agile. don't tell that to mudd. he's a 4-year-old french bulldog, loves to jump around on his family's trampoline. he does some tricks. >> he's good. >> he rolls, and clearly having a good time. almost 600,000 people have watched this video on youtube since it was posted last week. he's having a ball. >> she's going to be on the olympic team. >>> sky-high scare for some amusement park visitors in california. they got stuck 300 feet in the air for more than three hours. on a ride called the wind seeker. officials say a safety system activated stopping the ride. employees had to follow safety procedures before they could bring the ride back down to earth. 20 riders waited it out while news choppers captured their -- it says here their every move. i've got to tell you, they weren't moving. one rider said she had gone there to get over her fear of heights. >> i have a fear of heights, so that first half an hour was a little bit, you know, daunting. but he's a great coach. he talked me through it. by
. >>> the shuttle "endeavour" just landed at los angeles international airport. take a look after a five-hour aerial tour around california landmarks. the shuttle left edwards air force base this morning hitching a ride atop a boeing 747. they tried that trick here you'll recall. crowds gathered near the golden gate bridge watch "endeavour" soar for the last time. it also passed by the hollywood sign, and over disneyland. during its 25 missions, "endeavour" spent 299 days in space, orbited earth about 4,700 times and racked up, get this, 123 million miles. the shuttle will be on display at the california science center in l.a. >> traffic is back to normal in downtown d.c. at washington circle after a hazmat situation shut down part of the sick will late this morning. fire officials say some kind of mineral oil started spouting up from the ground. crews mopped it up and put sand on the ground. it's not clear exactly what caused that leak. >>> metro's weekend closures will only cause minor delays this time. the red line buses will replace trains between grosvenor and friendship heights. bethesda and m
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